Tomra - ekstremt sterkt og velsmakende fra Tomra Foods


Under Tomras Q3 2019, 21.10.19 fikk vi vite følgende:


• All time high order intake of 1,224 MNOK in Tomra Sorting, up from 1,105 in third quarter 2018,
fueled by improved order intake in Food

https://mb.cision.com/Public/4659/2936645/b986b61c0e657dc2.pdf



Før helga startet jeg en tråd om hvordan Tomra Food med brask og bram har dundret inn i en for selskapet helt ny bransje med sterke vekstmuligheter:

https://finansavisen.no/forum/thread/63026/view



Tomra Food har imidlertid sluppet mange flere meget interessante pressemeldinger i det aller siste. Pressemeldinger som absolutt fortjener oppmerksomhet, for her er det mye spennende Tomra-nytt som peker i samme retning og mer enn noe annet forteller meg én ting: For Tomra-aksjonærer ligger trolig de morsomste opplevelsene frem i tid.



22 Nov 2019

MAKING THE FUTURE OF FOOD SUSTAINABLE


Nicolai Prytz, sustainability and strategy director at TOMRA, has looked at how businesses, consumers and policymakers can help make the future of food sustainable.

With a rapidly growing population, adopting sustainable production practices on a global scale is an imperative to safeguard the future of our planet. The food supply chain is certainly one area where there is urgent need for improved sustainability. Without food – this precious resource currently being wasted across the supply chain – society as a whole becomes unable to function.

https://food.tomra.com/blog/making-the-future-of-food-sustainable




25 Nov 2019

USING TECHNOLOGY TO PROFIT IN THE GROWING ORGANIC VEGETABLE MARKET


Demand for organic food is on the rise. In the US alone in 2017, the market was valued at $45.20billion. By 2025, it is forecast to be worth $70.4billion. This upsurge is fuelled by many aspects, including the trend towards plant-based diets and healthier living. It is also indicative of another trend: that consumers are willing to pay more to know precisely where their veggies come from.

Yet this market is also a challenging one. It is rooted in absolute integrity and strict regulation. So how can vegetable producers adapt their operations to take advantage of opportunities in the organic sector?

https://food.tomra.com/blog/using-technology-to-profit-in-the-growing-organic-vegetable-market



26 Nov 2019

TOMRA 3A IMPROVES OUTPUT AND PRODUCTIVITY FOR PREMIUM POTATO PRODUCER


By using the TOMRA 3A high-performance sorting machine Duchemin (Caen) are able to ensure their potatoes are a premium product.

Created in 1984 in Tourville-sur-Odon in the Calvados region (14) by Catherine and Christian Duchemin, Duchemin specialise in potatoes, which they market as the brand La Ferme Du Val D’Odon. Guillaume Duchemin joined the family business 14 years ago and is in charge of site management. Here he shares feedback on his business’ experience using the TOMRA 3A sorter, which in the past two years has been an important part of the company’s drive to optimise process and team work.

https://food.tomra.com/blog/tomra-3a-improves-output-and-productivity-for-premium-potato-producer



29 Nov 2019

WHY LABOR AUTOMATION IS NOW INDUSTRY STANDARD FOR VEGETABLE PRODUCERS


Only a few years ago, labor automation seemed like a futuristic nice-to-have rather than a serious necessity for food producers. Now, most vegetable producers view automation on some level as essential to the success of their business.

Consumer trends and tastes come and go. However, there are constants in the food industry that remain the same: maximizing yield, waste reduction, production line reliability, hygiene and safety.

Automation has already proven its value across all these areas. From improved sanitation and more efficient processes, to removing the need for staff training, reducing the risk of injury and minimizing waste, to enabling sophisticated grading for multiple product streams, the benefits are significant and growing. As a result, automation is also driving growth.

In addition, experts have done away with the old-fashioned view that automation will put millions of people out of work. In fact, our current workforce has proven itself unsustainable. Automation is the answer to that issue, and it is now hailed to become a net job creator.

https://food.tomra.com/blog/why-labor-automation-is-now-industry-standard-for-vegetable-producers



29 Nov 2019

TOMRA TO PRESENT TOMRA 3C OPTICAL SORTER AT THE ALMOND CONFERENCE 2019: A GROUND-BREAKING SOLUTION FOR THE HULLING AND SHELLING SECTOR


TOMRA Food will showcase its sensor-based sorting solutions at the Almond Conference 2019, which will take place from December 10-12 in Sacramento, California. It will demonstrate the TOMRA 3C, the new optical sorter which is set to be a game changer for almond hulling and shelling operations. TOMRA Food will also highlight the benefits of its ground-breaking Detox Laser technology, which is having excellent success across the world with its accurate detection of aflatoxin contamination, and take part in the panel discussion “Sorting for Aflatoxin” on December 11.

TOMRA 3C: unique solution delivers results without equal in hulling, shelling, inshell and hash recovery
The TOMRA 3C offers a unique solution at the front of the processing line that delivers consistently very high quality inshell sort with extremely low false rejection rate, while maintaining a high throughput.

https://food.tomra.com/blog/tomra-to-present-tomra-3c-optical-sorter-at-the-almond-conference-2019

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